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Historic England is calling on Londoners to help protect the city’s seven ‘incredibly special’ graveyards, with Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park listed as among them.

An Uber Eats delivery driver has been nominated for the prestigious GG2 Leadership Awards which recognise high achievers within black, Asian and ethnic minorities groups.

A man has been rushed to hospital after being rescued from a dock on the Isle of Dogs.

Four-time Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah took to the track with Isle of Dogs pupils as part of the Daily Mile initiative.

Calls have been made for the resignation of a councillor who has been suspended by the Labour Party for sharing anti-Semitic posts online.

A children’s charity and a travel management company have built a special garden for an autistic boy from Stepney.

Councillor Mohammed Pappu, who represents the Blackwall and Cubitt Town ward, shared the posts on social networking website Facebook.

The mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Biggs has launched a new Early Help Service which aims to support vulnerable families facing serious issues such as family breakdown, housing problems, emotional health and well-being or money troubles.

A charity that helps young people in the borough who are at risk of being excluded from school have won an award for its work.

The Limehouse link tunnel on the A1203 had one lane blocked last night due to ‘boy racers’.

A sports charity which is working with schools to improve the lives of young people from disadvantaged communities has been praised by Tower Hamlets Council.

An anti-drugs street art campaign has appeared in and around Columbia road, Bethnal Green.

Shadwell Youth Organisation beat Aldgate Club East 5-4 in penalties at Mile End Stadium to lift the senior men’s trophy.

The release of the final judgement on the case of a girl fostered by a Muslim family has shown more problems with how the initial story was reported in sections of the press, Tower Hamlets Council claim.

Campaigners set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital yesterday and demanded an end to immigration checks for patients.

Campaigners are to set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital today, in protest at immigration checks and charging of overseas visitors.

The Mayor of London has praised work being done in Tower Hamlets to tackle the root causes of homelessness, but warned that incoming universal credit changes would have particularly negative consequences for the borough.

The Mayor of London today opened a newly refurbished and extended short-term residential facility in Limehouse for homeless UK veterans.

Students from a school in Bow Common have raised more than £20,000 for charity.

The Bow hotel where two suspects behind the Salisbury nerve agent attack are believed to have stayed says it is fully supporting the police with their investigation.

Community members from Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs came together to save a seal that looked unwell in the nearby docks.

The UK’s largest Islamic bank teamed up with the London Halal Food Festival last week to raise awareness about Islamic finance amongst attendees.

Pupils across Tower Hamlets are celebrating their GCSE results under the new 1-9 grading system.

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